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Bleeding Edge TV 134: The Nine Hour APC Notebook Battery

Greg from American Power Conversion gives us a look at their universal laptop battery that lasts for nine hours. Yeah. Nine hours. These are fairly cool, and sit below your laptop. It takes about 16 hours to charge, so an overnighter is smart with these - but seriously, nine hours of extra power is fantastic. This battery runs about $199 USD. The company also has a battery for portable devices that provide about 55 hours of …

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Bleeding Edge TV 133: New APC UPS Features

American Power Conversion shows off their latest Uninterruptable Power Supplies. These are consumer level, and feature LCD screens that allow you to view different things going on with the unit and the power flowing through it. It even shuts down your applications for you so that you get a graceful shutdown, and it works in PCs and Macs. Not bad for $199 USD. ...

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Bleeding Edge TV 132: DATZOO FixDat Car Diagnostics Tool

For anyone not wanting to get screwed by their local auto mechanics shop, DATZOO offers their FixDat personal diagnostics tool. You just hook the device up to your vehicle when you suspect something has gone awry, and it will run a complete diagnostic test on your car to tell you exactly what the deal is. You can then bring your car in for fixing with full knowledge of exactly what’s wrong to make sure it gets …

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The End Score Report 002: Steve Nash Injured, Tyrus Thomas Fined $10,000

Dan Devone is back with the latest sports news. This time he covers such topics as Steve Nash and his shoulder injury. The best player in the NBA is injured, and that’s nothing but bad news for the Phoenix Suns. Andy Reid has some family woes, with both his brothers ending up in trouble with the law. Tyrus Thomas gets fined for making it known that he is going to the Slam Dunk Contest solely for …

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Bleeding Edge TV 131: Celestron SkyScout Demo’d

We speak with Celestron about their SkyScout product, an awesome tool used for stargazing that identifies stars, constellations, and planets by way of GPS and gravitational magnets. Great for beginners and pros alike. We love the concept here, and think the SkyScout is genious, as it even incorporates games and trivia once it thinks you have your astronomical bearings down. Seriously, lots of fun to be had here. Check the video for the full scoop. ... …

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Bleeding Edge TV 130: Dish Network HD Programming, DVR, and External Storage Device

We speak with Dish Network about their 30 high definition channels that they offer, including their exclusive Voom content. We also talk to them about their DVR, which is supposed to be all the rage, and an upcoming external hard drive device that will allow Dish customers to bring their content with them when they are on the go. Of course, expect it to be DRM’d all to hell, so sharing on other Dish DVRs won’t …

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Bleeding Edge TV 129: Wow Wee’s RoboPanda

So we have brought you the RoboQuad, Alive Elvis, and RoboDragonfly - but truth be told, many tech geeks out there have a hidden, softer side. Wow Wee recognizes this apparently, as evidenced by the RoboPanda. This cute little guy talks with you, and even requests your loving embrace. Truth be told, it has sensors on it’s hands and belly so that it can recognize touch, and react accordingly. See the full demo in the video …

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Bleeding Edge TV 128: Latest Intel Viiv PCs

We caught up with Intel where we got the lowdown on the Viiv platform along with the latest Viiv-based PCs. For a definition on what Viiv is, we go to Wikipedia: Viiv is a platform marketing initiative from Intel. Like Intel’s Centrino and vPro, Viiv is a computer platform certification for a particular combination of Intel products as its primary components. It is an open specification for an Intel-based Media Center PC. Specifically, Viiv is a …

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Bleeding Edge TV 127: LG Super Multi Blue BH-100 Player

We know the HD DVD vs. Blu-Ray war is going hot and heavy, and LG looks to capitalize on that with their BH-100 hybrid Blu-ray HD DVD player. If you don’t get it yet, this bad boy can play just about any optical media you can throw at it, supporting DVDs, Blu-ray discs, and HD DVD content as well. Price is a bit steep at $1199 USD, but true videophiles may not even notice when they …

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Bleeding Edge TV 126: Neuros OSD Interview

We stopped by the Neuros room at CES and spoke with Joe Born about the Neuros OSD. This is the open source, Linux-based media center device that is starting to pick up and is generating a strong community of developers looking to use it to create the best media center device out there. It will be hitting the market soon, and based on what we saw, we think this one will be a viable alternative to …

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